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Everyone Loves DSpar Photoshop Contest

Just in time for the last week, Bwog is putting out another challenge to you all you photoshop-skilled procrastinators out there because of the amazing products of the Gulati photoshop contest. This time, DSpar is getting the photoshop treatment. We have chosen a professional, versatile, and still slightly intimidating photograph of Barnard’s great president. Bonus points if someone makes her a superhero Wonder Woman.

Send your DSparshops to tips@bwog.com by this Wednesday, and add your email address if you want to win the grand prize, a glorious Bwog shot glass.

Real-life Wonder Woman: photo link.

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  • uhh says:

    @uhh she looks like john travolta

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous WE SHALL CREATE A SUPERHUMAN BEING WHO LOOKS 50% BEYONCE AND 50% DEBORA SPAR. THE MODERN DAY REINCARNATION OF ATHENA! BY ZEUS!!!

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous She looks exactly like Idina Menzel.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous > copyright laws
    > bwog

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